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Packet and bit error probabilities as a function of Es/No in IEEE 802.11 with the mode of 10 MHz, QPSK, r= 1/2, 6 Mbps

Packet and bit error probabilities as a function of Es/No in IEEE 802.11 with the mode of 10 MHz, QPSK, r= 1/2, 6 Mbps

This virtual lab shows the net (with convolutional coding) and the gross (without coding) probability of bit erroneous as a function of the energy per symbol per noise power spectral density (Es/N0) using IEEE 802.11 specifications. The mode used is: channel spacing of 10 MHz, QPSK modulation, convolutional coding rate of r = 1/2 and data rate of 6 Mbps. The user selects a set of packet sizes: 39 bytes, 275 bytes and 2304 bytes.... Show More

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